Google Chromecast: All There Is To Know
Last updated on April 13th, 2020
Google Chromecast is much like Apple TV device that enables you to access stuff from your smartphone, tablet or Chrome browser to an HDTV. Although, Chromecast does not possess the advanced Apple TV features, but it’s an amazing device available at a highly reduced cost.
Here are some of the important things that you need to know about Google Chromecast:
What is Google Chromecast?
The Google Chromecast is a two inch dongle and appears similar to the USB thumb drive that is plugged into a laptop. With a memory of 256k, the dongle runs off a simplified version of Google’s Chrome OS. However, there is not much requirement for tons of memory, as it is considered not much more than a glorified gateway device. You can easily plug this dongle into your HDTV’s HDMI port, connect to your home’s Wi-Fi network or your mobile device to stream desired content on your TV.
How does it work?
Google Chromecast is very simple and easy to use. Using apps on your computer or phone, you can cast content to the Chromecast. On the basis of the information inputted by you, the Chromecast searches the stuff on the internet and streams it to you directly from the source. Using this method, your phone or other resources do not get hogged up with streaming tasks and also the battery usage of your device is reduced to a lot less.
What devices are compatible with it?
The Google Chromecast can work with “all devices”. This amazing dongle can run on android tablets, phones, iPads, iPhones, chrome for Mac and Windows making it acceptable for all. The feasibility of this wonderful tool with all other devices makes it use widely popular among the people. Now, using this powerful tool, you will be able to view your favorite mobile and computer stuff on your big screen HDTV.